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Christmas Fruit Cake — SINDHU'S KITCHEN RECIPES

A soft dense cake with the crunchy nuts and sweetness of candied fruits will rock your Christmas! Fruit Cake is generally made with dried nuts, fruits and/ or candied fruit which is chopped along with spices and can occasionally soaked in distilled beverage ( hard alcohol ).

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Christmas Special: Adorable Candy Cane Cookies!

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GOD, I MISSED MY BLOG SOOOOOO MUCH!

To all my wonderful old blogger friends and dear readers, a big *virtual hug*. To all the new friends who were kind enough to follow and like my blog while I was away on a sabbatical- A big… 748 more words

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Adopt an olive tree for Christmas and a recipe for garlic and sage focaccia

If you’re having trouble finding the perfect Christmas present for the foodie in your life, then look no further. With Pomora, you can adopt an olive tree in Italy (either Sicily or Campania) on their behalf, and every quarter they’ll receive three cans of delicious olive oil direct from their grower. 641 more words

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Gluten-Free Strawberry Pancakes with Vegan Whipped Cream

MORNINGS ARE THE WORST.

And if you don’t agree with me, I do not even understand what kind of super-powered human being you are. Does your heart pump pure caffeine into your veins? 504 more words

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The Veggie-packed Veggie Burger

It doesn’t matter if you’re a vegetarian, vegan or even a carnivore… I think it’s safe to say a bunch of us have tried at least one veggie burger in their lifetime. 525 more words

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The Modern Cook: Anna Jones's baked ricotta with cannellini beans

Christmas is coming and, as is my wont, I like to recommend a few good cookery books for those who are short of ideas, for themselves or for their food-loving friends.  811 more words

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PORTOBELLO CHEESE SOUFFLE - Savory & Easy!

Sometimes advice passed on through the ages is wise and true. BUT, sometimes one needs to re-examine it, thus finding it no longer (if ever) viable. 608 more words

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